Hattie B's Hot Chicken
Hattie B’s is a Nashville Hot Chicken restaurant that serves mild to very spicy fried chicken, Southern sides & local brews in a casual, counter-service eatery.
The Loveless Cafe
For more than 65 years, the Loveless Cafe has been offering families and friends a place where they can enjoy a home-cooked, Southern meal and reconnect with each other around the table.
Since its humble beginnings as an Airstream food truck, Biscuit Love has grown to three Middle Tennessee locations and has become a Music City staple for its playful take on Southern brunch. Owned and operated by husband-and-wife team Karl and Sarah Worley, Biscuit Love serves a variety of breakfast and lunch options made entirely from scratch. Throughout its journey from food truck to brick-and-mortar, Biscuit Love has remained steadfast in its commitment to sourcing from local purveyors, and actively giving back to the Nashville community.
Puckett’s roots stretch way back to the ‘50s and a little grocery store in the village of Leiper’s Fork, Tenn. Puckett’s has built a name on hosting live, local musical acts and serving Southern staples. Authentic comfort food — classics like the meat-and-three and our famous slow-smoked BBQ — in a laid-back and down-home atmosphere is what we aim for you to remember.
Mason jar cocktails, burgers & brick-oven pizza in a modern space with live music on weekends.
Chic diner for classic American comfort food with a global spin, plus cocktails, in a hip space.
Country Music Hall of Fame
Venture to the heart of country music, Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame, for an up-close look at legendary artists, lively exhibits, and soulful tunes. Whether you like bluegrass, Cajun, rockabilly, or honky-tonk, this self-guided tour explores a century of country music culture.
Pop into the honky tonks throughout Broadway and learn how to two step! Wildhorse Saloon has daily line dance lessons.
Hop on the Big Pink Bus for a ride through downtown Nashville and an improv comedy show! Nikki and her friends enjoyed the BYOB comedy extravaganza during a spring break trip in college. Not for the easily offended.
The Johnny Cash Museum
Uncover the enigma behind The Man in Black with a visit to The Johnny Cash Museum. The museum, which opened in April 2013, boasts the world's largest collection of Johnny Cash artifacts and memorabilia.
Andrew Jackson's Hermitage
Step into American history at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage, Home of the People’s President in beautiful Nashville, TN. Guests have been welcomed to The Hermitage for 125 years. It ranks as one of the most visited historic site museums in the country. It attracts visitors from all over the world; thus, tours are available in five languages.The Hermitage opened to the public in 1889. Occupying 1,120 acres, it is one of the oldest and largest historic site museums in the United States.
John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge
The John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge connects downtown Nashville to the residential suburbs of East Nashville. The bridge contains 48 spans including four steel trusses and two reinforced concrete trusses. Spans over the old Tennessee Central Railroad tracks (now CSX) are the only concrete trusses identified in Tennessee. The bridge was closed to automobile traffic in 1998 and has been restored for pedestrian use, providing outstanding views of the river and downtown skyline.
Grand Ole Opry & Opryland Hotel
The Grand Ole Opry is a weekly country music stage concert. Nearby, the Opryland Hotel is a massive complex featuring beautiful waterfalls and botanical gardens.
If you’re interested in being a true tourist and experiencing the famous, Nash-vegas vibe, check out Lower Broadway for a day (or night). There are honky-tonks, restaurants, cowboy boots, and tons of places to wander into. We recommend Robert’s Western World, Acme, The Stage, Honky Tonk Central, Tootsie’s, Crazy Town, Whiskey Bent, Rippy’s, and Lonnie's Western Room for Karaoke.
Nashville Pedal Tavern
Their two-hour Nashville bar crawl includes exclusive drink specials. Experience one of the best things to do in Nashville! Nashville Pedal Tavern is a unique and affordable way to experience the beautiful city, from Broadway and beyond.
Hop on, pedal, sip! Enjoy the best Nashville party bike with a cold drink in hand! Nashville Pedal Tavern is BYOB, so you can enjoy the beverage of your choice. They provide the cooler, ice and cups, you provide the refreshments!
In 2008, Corsair Distillery was founded in Bowling Green, KY. By 2010, Corsair set its marks where it all started, becoming the first craft distillery in Nashville since prohibition.
Visit the headquarters on Merritt Ave. for tastings and a tour, or visit the Brewstillery on Clinton Street in Marathon Village which has expanded to include high gravity beer within their malt whiskey program. Evan recommends the Brewstillery location.